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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

Free Trade and Protection Free trade iu its unlimited sense, such free trade as is preached by the most voeiferous'of its advocates, meana dependence upon foreign sources for everything that can be produced abroad cheaper than it can be made at home. It means death to the manufacturing and mechanical interests of the country, and the conversion of the enterprising mechanics, who now add so much industrial wealth of the nation, into agriculturists. It means a glut in the market of all the agricultural products, and consequent low prices and discouragement to those engaged in agriculture. It nwans exposure to sudden deprivation of those necessaries of life for which we rely upon foreign sources, at any time our foreign relations become disturbed, and consequent targe advance in their price, and distress resulting from diminished supply. Protection, on thecGntrary,doesnot imply prohibition, as its opponents, many of them, unfairly claim. It means only the proper adjustment of t...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

Meeting of Conferees A meeting of the conference selected by the Union Republican party in the Sen'IDist. of Blair, Centre,Huntingdon, Mifflin, Juniata and Perry, was held at Tyrone on the 18th inst., Said meeting was organized by electing Prof. A- L. Guss as Chairman,and Thomas McCamanfc as Secretary. The following persons appeared and presented claims as conferees from the respective counties, viz: Blair County.—Caleb Gayer, Jos. Kobison and Thomas McOamant. Centre County.—John G. Love, S. D. Gray, and P. B. Wilson. Huntingdon County.—Prof. A. LGuss, Hon. A. J. Beaver and H. Clay Weaver. Mifflin Cowufy.—-David W. Woods. Henry Garver, J. Woods Sterrett and William Mann. Juniata Gounty.-W. W. Davis, Jeremiah Lyons, J. W- Muthersbaugh, John J. Patterson, Wm. H. Patters son and Hon. John K. Robison. Perry County.-Jes&e L. Gantt, Abraham Grubb and "W. Hays. The seat of J. Woods Sterrett, one of the conferees elected from Mifflin county, being claimed by Wm. Mann by virt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

The question of liability for town scrip issued in nearly all Southern towns during the Rebellion has received a final settlement at the hands of Chief-Justice Chase. He decides that the authorities under which it was issued being a de facto Government, the towns would have been liable for its redemption if it had been issued for ordinary purposes. But it was put out to aid the Rebellion, and its redemption cannot therefore be ordered by the Government it was designed to subvert. —Afire at Atchison,Kansas,Thursday night, destroyed the wholesale grocery store of Graham, Washer & Co., the Champion and Press newspaper office, and Wendell's news dopot. Loss $29,000; insured for $22, 500. —By the explosion of varnish in the Japanning establishment of Snyder & Finch, Newark, New Jersey.on Friday, John H. Purdy, Mr. Finch and the son of the latter were badly burned, —The coal miners held a formal meeting at Scranton on Saturday.and decided,by a vote of 408 to 369,ag...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

Our Washington Letter Washington, D. O. May 21sfc i860. Dear Republican: Our city would scarcely be recognized by the visitor of Mar. 4th, so complete the is metamorphosis. A quiet stroll along the thoroughfares is a thing to be had for the asking, or rather seeking now. The few persistent office-seekers who still linger, despite the absence of their influential friends, are more than off-set by such of our fashionablo's(as can afford it), departure for the North, tho' why they desire a cooler atmosphere than we now enjoy is a mystery to the uninitiated, The President is more at liberty than he is wont to be, and if wemayjudgefromthe satisfied look his countenance bears while taking his daily stroll around the " Departmental" portion of the city, he enjoys his freedom hugely. Our Base Rail fraternity have commenced " active hostilities" for the season, and last night all those given to athletic sports were rejoicing at the overwhelming defeat sustained yesterday, by the " Mary...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

Bulling the Price of Gold The Treasury, says the AT Y. tribune, holds a surplus of at least Sixty Millions of Gold, which ought long since to bavc been used to pay off Public Debt, and thus reduce our annual burden of interest. That Gold would,once since we held it have bo't Eighty Millions of Six per Cents ; it would still buy over Seventy Millions. The sooner it is employed "for the purchase" or "payment" of bonds,as the law directs, the better for the public interest. Such a hoard, lying dead, maJccs Gold scarce and Bonds plentiful in the channels of business, whereas, it is the public interest, in view of the urgent need of funding our Debt at lower rates of interest, that Gold should abound and Bonds be scarce. The Treasury stands right in its own lightin allowing a dollar of coin beyond its current needs to rest in the Treasury. The operators for a rise have managed to put up the premium on Gold; and this they can de no long as tho Treasury backs them by hoarding Gold. E...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

—The Quaker anniversary commenced in New York on Saturday. —The clerk of a New York Coal Companj has disappeared with $6,000 of their funds. —The Bank of the Union at Nashville has suspended. It was owned by A. J. Duncan. —A fire at Plattsburg, New York, Saturday morning,, burned $20,000 worth of property. —Chief Justice Chase made a short speech to the members of tho Charleston bar on the 22th inst. —James E. Riley, on trial at Baltimore for the murder of Daniel Harrington, was acquitted on Saturday. —The contest for Mr. Washburne's seat in Congress, from the Galena district of Illinois, has been narrowed down to nine candidates. —The American Foundry, owned by D. C. Hill & Co., at New Albany, was partially burned Saturday. Loss $9,000, covered by insurance. —A number of Boston capitalists have proffered assistance to Cincinnati in building a railroad to Chattanooga. Why not come to Bellefonte to invest. —It is rumored in St. Louis that a member of a prominent business ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS COMPLETION OF THE PACIF \J IC RAILROAD. GRKAT RUSH TO STERNBERG'S. Sung to the Tune of ""ankee Doodle. The Great Pacific Railroad's laid, From ocean unto ocean, And now coniplo connection's wade,— An enterprising? notion. Tho mighty work at last is done, So speedily and brisk, oh! And now in ten days -we can run From here to San Francisco. No more we take the ancient route, The stage, a horrid slow thing; It banged the passengers about, And wore out all their clothing. Chokus, for the end of each verse: Tho Great Pacific Sailrnad'a laid, From ocean unto ocean, And we buy clothes from A. Sternberg A most delightful notion. Through passengers by tho Pacific Rail road will call at tlia store of A. Siernherg.be fore starting, arid provide themselves with a complete outfit of the elegant and substantial Spring and Summer Clothing, the very best assortment of which will always be found at A. Sternberg's Store. Ppople who travel by other routes, and al so peopl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

WH. SNYDER, Land Surveyoi . and Civil Engineer, Will attend to all calls in his profession as promptly as engagements will permit.'. .Address, Beech Creek, Clinton Co., Pa. myl!T09 Ira.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTIClt. Letters of Administration on the estate of John 11. Cnrv.v.Uvtooflluvrls township, deceased, having been iranted to the undersigned, nil pcrsnrs knowing themselves indebted to said ostnto nrn requested to innltc immediate payment, and th«s« liliving clinuia against the s.mio, to p'Tsent them duly authenticated by law for eettletnout. WM. Ii, SSM.KttS, ma12'60 (It. A.ftitV,

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

FARMERS, LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS. BUY AN ILLINOIS HARVESTER On which tho binders ride—Three men do the work of SIX. THE GREATEST LABOR-SAVING REAPER now in use. Call and see it at our office or send for a descriptive catalogue. SHORTL1DGE & Co. my2fi'69.3t Agents. !

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

QECHLER & CO DEALERS IN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS FRUITS, NUTS, & CONFECTIONERIES KEEP THE BEST ASSOBTMENT OF GOODS and sell FOR SMALLER PROFITS than any other HOUSE IN CENTRE COUNTS HOUSE-KEEPERS and all others wishing to purchase GROCERIES OP Every DESCRIPTION, will bo amply repaid BY GIVING US A . CALL SECHIER & CO., NO. SIX, HIGH STREET FRONT "BUSH HOUSE" BLOCKBELLEFONTE mj26'69-ly ., , ., ". . , , . .

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

T W. BAILEY Bush end McLain's Block, near the Depot BELLEONTE, PENN'A., PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER, TIN & SHEET-IRON WORKER, SMOKE STACKS, Ac. DE.AI.EIJ IS FIRE-PLACE HEATERS, STOVES,LOW DOWN GRATES, TERRA COTTA GOODS, (from Phil'a.,) CHIMNEY TOPS, 4e. Also, Agts. for SANFORV'S CELEBRATE HE A TEUS (Brick Encased and Portable.) In short everything nsuaty kept by the largest Plumber and Gas-fitting Houses in our cities, can be obtained of uie, as it is my intention to .'pare neither time nor pains .to accommodate those favoring mic wi'.b. their orders. ORDEHS SOLIC1TBD from all parts of the State, especially from Central Pennsylvania, and PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO BT COM PETENT WORKMEN. J.W.BAILEY, Rush's New Block, my26'6? ly, Bellefonte, Pena'a , - , - -

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

'TVON'T Gentle reader, don't for the world allow the important fast to escape your mind that the plaoo to bay your now Sp'iing' gnd Suzcm-er goods of every description which have been bought at panic prices, and are now arriving and opened for inpoctioa at the- familiar place yon often READ about'ZIMMERMAN ERG'S. & CO., Number Six, Bush's Arcads, Bellefonte, Pa. Oth er people biow,butwhan it comes right down to selling honest goods cheap, we beat the whole crowd. We are offering splendid stock of Ladies Dress Goods. White Goods, Notions, Hosiery,Gloves,Trimmings, CaUcoes,Muslins,Tickings,flannels,ca5imers, Clothing, Shawls, Carpets, Cotton Carpet Chain, Hoop Skirts and Corsets. Don't believe a single. WORD about hard times and high prices. There is no evidence of itin onr store. We keep a full variety. Coarse and fine Boots and Shoes for men and boys. Beautiful French and Turkey morocco, kid and lasting, lace and button boots and shoes for ladies and children...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

NOTICE.—Aliicclliifjor l!,mi*kW^ prs' nf l))o ApvtoitUuin! ColWfr? ftYi-il Junction Turnpike U«rtil'CompAWV, *in W held at tho Hush U<tUi>6> in thu n.>ri«l*h •' Bellefonto, on tktuvdiw, the \i\\\ ." u .V( Juno next, at 2 n'eWk,')*-. M-.i fill- i!V< y\\\'- po.io of choosing one 1't'vMiWuK Vi'vft ii>HVAgers and one Treasurer* mid *nvVi ViiWy/ftlccrs as may bo net'esFiiry itt roHnWr >h>- VAi<- inoss of smUl comhauV-. M.\-W-\\yi-?tT-, WA tlON UmUltf, *\n>Uea m\ OA\«M largo HMl :iUUvU,!U 1UWIS A WILSONS'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

COOLEY & DAUCIIY'S COLUMN © 1 A A to $250 Per Month Guaranteed.— SPll/U Sure Pay.—Salaries paid weekly to Agents everywhere, selling our Patent Eoe:lastmg While Wire Clothes lines. Call at or write for particulars ta the GIRARD WIRE MILLS, 261 North 3d Street, Philadelphia. myl2'o9-4w.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

AGENTS WANTED.—" Wonder of the World}" is warranted to euro Rheumatism and Neuralga. Sold on the package swstem. Not to be paid for until tested. I pay $60 per month and commission to distribute oackages. J. C. TILTON, myI2'69-4w. Pittsburg, Pa.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

WANTED.—First-class traveling salesmen, to sell by sample; good wages or a liberal per cent, and steady employment. Ad-dress, with stamp, B. F. HOWE, 639 Arch Street, Phil'a. Pa. apr2S'69-4t.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

WHY NOT MAKE MONEY WITH Our Stesbil akb Key Check OuiPiT,and by selling novel and attractive articles?—Circulars free STAFFORD MFG. CO., 66 Fulton St. N. Y. apr2S'69 4t-

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

SALESMEN WANTED by a Manufacturing Co. to travel and sell by sampb a new line of goods, fituations permanent wages good. H. II. RICHARDS & Co. 413 Chestnut St., Phil'a. Pa- apr2S'69-4t. ;

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

THIS IS NO HUMBUG I By sending 35 cents with age, height, color of eyes and hair, you will receive, by return mail, and correct pic« turo of your future husband or wife, with name and date of marriage. Address W. FOX, P. O. Drawer No. 24, FuHonville, N. York. apr28'6SMt. ,

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